Ella’s Kitchen organic
My most favourite baby food brand on the market at the moment is Ella’s Kitchen, which is made only with organic ingredients. The brand currently comprises eleven ranges: stage 1 baby food, stage 2 baby food, stage 3 toddler food, baby brekkie, baby cookies, stacks of sticks, bakey-bakies, cooking sauces, pasta + rice, smoothie Fruits and pack’o'snacks.
Paul Lindley, the creator of Ella’s Kitchen, was inspired by his 10-year-old-daughter Ella to create food recipes that had to be wholesome, organic and tasty – exactly the kind of food a dad would want for his daughter. After two years of hard work, Ella’s Kitchen was born and judging by the masses of mums I see feeding their children from Ella’s sachets, business is booming for Mr Lindley. And so it should be. Ella’s recipes are healthy, creative and delicious, and the packaging is attractive and convenient.
Ella’s stood me in good stead on a recent trip to Italy. I knew that I wouldn’t have time to prepare food for my baby girl whilst road-tripping around the country and I knew that I wouldn’t find anything as good as Ella’s in Italian stores so I just packed masses of Ella’s sachets in our travel bags. Ella’s pouches are perfect to pop into a handbag or a day bag and can be fed to your baby warm or cold (warmed by simply standing in hot water). They can also be served straight from the pouch, with just a spoon – no bowl necessary. The pouches were easy to haul around on holiday and, excluding all practical aspects, my daughter loves Ella’s. I feel really good supporting a company that cares about the health and well-being of the infants and toddlers who will be consuming their products.
After a leisurely perusal of the Ella’s Kitchen website (which, by the way, is totally cool), I discovered that if you sign on as a friend of Ella’s you can opt to receive a free weaning guide. I am a sucker for a freebie and, even though my daughter is 10 months old and practically weaned, the guide is on its way. To discover more about Ella’s Kitchen visit Ellaskitchen.co.uk .
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